10th > February > 2017 Archive
Judges deal stunning blow to president's executive order
Cupertino giant quickly purged supposedly dead files when word got out
Again. So now Google's re-building dangerously centralized routing rigs
Software to overtake hardware by 2020, say abacus-shufflers at IDC
S/4HANA 'Cloud' now comes with vertical editions, but not notably more cloud
Pinterest-owned web scrapbook 'hit system limit for hosted database', probably in AWS
'Hypervisor introspection' probes guest VMs for advanced malware from splendid isolation
On-CallSame org saw users catch ransomware twice. In one day. After being warned
Previous Venus probes hardly lasted an hour. This stuff survived three weeks before the boffins lost their lab booking
Best quarter yet, says CEO, while share price slips
Special ReportWhy can’t Big Tech drain the swamp? Maybe governments don't want to
Personal data gathering ruled 'intrusive, excessive and unjustified'
But we won't have to pay fines to Europe for being crap...
Something for the Weekend, Sir?Pleading guilty to assault on battery
ExclusiveHasty and botched consultation by UK government advisors revealed by El Reg
VideoJapanese researchers turn tiny drones into robot bees
Errr... does that work?
The commentards have spoken. BBC, take heed
No boats capable of chasing off naughty Russians, we're told
Terms of settlement not disclosed SHOCKER
Hands-onSammy attempts to take Chrome OS high end. Key word, attempts
InterviewUsers can do more as management goes automatic
Plus: Full details of the ex-stripper who controls his European enterprise
Steel, construction, oil and gas, telecoms bottom of the list
Pledges to eradicate drone burglary threat by 'any means necessary'
UpdatedEr, we're going to break even next year, says CEO Bearden
'Not one of you has accepted dishonest involvement,' says judge
Indefinite injunctions trouble travel ban judge
We sheltered our heads until there was a pause for reporting
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We're here to chew gum and demand info, and we're all out of gum, say antitrust cops
Furious loyalists bemoan Sir Jony's shoddy craftsmanship
Taking 'mobile operators are our customers' a bit too far?
The one who went to France once and loves sitcoms
Malware can spread to gizmos and gadgets after slipping into internal systems